The Office of Multicultural Affairs has always believed that every student has the potential to receive a degree in higher education. It is a matter of having the right opportunities. We understand that life has obstacles that don't always make it easy for you to stay on the path of success, but not having the finances shouldn't be one of them. OMA, works all year long to ensure that the right students get the tools that they require to be a successful student here at UNK. This Scholarship page has been created to provide you with easier access to the scholarship applications offered by the Office of Multicultural Affairs.
Click the link to download the Scholarship application
Multicultural Community Service Scholarships: Designed to provide students an opportunity to serve UNK by establishing a diverse and lively community. Recipients of this scholarship will receive a full tuition waiver up to 15 credit hours per semester. This scholarship is renewable for up to eight regular semesters and two summer terms. Recipients will be selected primarily on the basis of leadership in the multicultural community through participation in school and community activities
. Multicultural Community Service Scholarship Application 2014-2015
Peter Kiewit Foundation Educators Opportunity Scholarships: Provide awards in the amount of $1000 to $10,000 per year to Nebraska residents who demonstrate a genuine commitment to becoming a teacher. Fluency in Spanish, both written and spoken is required. This scholarship can be renewed for up to eight semesters. Recipients will be selected primarily on the basis of academic potential, commitment to pursuing a career in the teaching profession and fluency in Spanish. Peter Kiewit Scholarship Application 2014-2015
The Susan Thompson Buffet Foundation:
The Susan T. Buffett Foundation provides scholarships that can be used to cover expenses related to attending college (e.g. tuition and fees, housing, books). The amount of the scholarship varies by institution but is typically equal to the average cost of tuition and fees for a full-time student (15 credits) at that institution. For example, the maximum 2013-2014 scholarship amount was $4,250 per semester at the University of Nebraska schools
Davis-Chambers Scholarship: Recognizes academically promising students from diverse backgrounds who often find that the financial requirements of postsecondary education are a major obstacle. Qualified applicants must be Nebraska residents who have graduated from a Nebraska high school. Award amounts vary, but are generally $2,000 to $4,000 per year. Applicants must be admitted to UNK by February 1, 2014, and must complete the Davis-Chambers Scholarship Application. Davis Chambers Scholarship Application Form